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for us. >> several people warned me he would admit nothing. so after an hour and a half i drew as much evidence as i could in this. >> reporter: joe nayso headed from marin county jail to death row in the next week. he's taking his secrets with him. >> here, are you ready to admit anything? no. no. i'm not going admit to any killing or any crime. >> reporter: did you do it? >> no. no. >> did you kill anyone? >> no >> reporter: have you ever killed anyone? >> a judge found he is responsible for the murders of six women, dumping them in remote locations including a beach, an orchard and off the highway. police found a list of ten victims, not identified by name, but where nayso placed bodies. in this case investigators identified six victims but four remain. >> where are the bodies? >> what bodies? i don't know anything bit. >> in his words, girl near heelsburg. girl on mount tam. girl from miami. girl from berkeley. >> who are those women? >> you tell me. >> i don't know. you know. >> you're still playing games. >> nochlt ask the prosecution. i judge. i don't know. >> nayso says he's
street nightclub, which hosted a hip-hop event on saturday. the owner told us he doubts anyone inside his club played a part in the crime. police hope surveillance cam florida the area will help identify suspects. >> nobody in custody at this point. our homicide vettors are working on various leads. >> police are asking for public for any information they may have about the murder. >>> tonight san jose police are investigating the city's 42nd 42nd murder this year. police officers found a man who had been shot and killed there have been no arrests. >> some self-described geeks and hackers met in san francisco to tackle gun violence through technology. tackers and community members met at the geek dom office and focused on be violence and the connection to mental health. >> we're also looking at applications that help families, individuals, parents, do a very quick and simple mental health assessment that can be used by a professional to intervene at the appropriate level. >> organizers say technology can cause people to become isolated and appreciate the irony when technology is used to h
good shape. he told us he's more worried about the young woman is and says marine training prepared for a situation many people couldn't imagine. >> i'm not a hero. i don't want to say, i don't wear a batman suit or superman. or these, you know, these characters i just reacted the way i did. >> the man who tried to catch a woman who jumped from the third deck after yesterday's raider game told abc7 news he'd do it again. >> i braced myself to catch her. i was hoping i could, when i caught her, i could lock arms around her to absorb impact with me. but unfortunately, she hit and she bounced off. >> the 61-year-old ended up with severe bruising but no serious injuries when the young woman he tried to catch landed knees first into his arms. sending both of them to the pavement. >> he said what ran to his mind is don't let people see this. try to save her and stop it. >> just 15 minutes after the raider game a vietnam war veteran they were walking outside they sought woman, 45 feet above. she crawled out on to a ledge. >> the training you receive in the marine corps is, it's you don't r
other people were arrested when the crowd turned hostile, claiming police used more force thannessry. a demonstration over this is underway. >> they can't stay very long so, they've been walking around the block. now this is in response to the altercation. police say the 20-year-old walk wade and tried to enter his apartment, police grabbed him. police say he then bit an officer and, things again got ugly. let's show you from sky seven hd, that protest which has grown now. police are now asking people to get off the streets and on to sidewalk. >> they overabused their pou yes, they hurt him. of course his family is going to help. that is family >> the rule is that they can use whatever force necessary to to ov overcome >> the district attorney is pending a further investigation. i would say 100 protestors are gathered here in front of the mission police station so far. it's a peaceful demonstration. that side of the street is closed. where i am now it's not but i'm sure things will change here shortly. they'll probably ask them to move. >>> police talked with a man who saw a missing
strangers. >> we are thankful to have sasha not just hope but with us at all. >> i looked down and my skirt is on fire. >> reporter: for fleischman life changed forever when a 16-year-old boy lit his skirt on fire on an ac transit bus. >> my first instinct i start waving it around and that just fans the flames. >> reporter: other passengers helped put out the flames. sasha was burned but alive. the boy who set the fire has been charged with two felony hate crimes. >> probably didn't realize how big a deal it was going to be. and like, how harmful it would be. >> reporter: sasha identifies as neither male or female. the family uses "they" and "them" when talking about the high schooler. >> identify with a gender, i don't have a gender. >> reporter: despite what happened on the bus that day, he will return to riding buses with friends and will continue to wear skirts. >> i'm going to keep wearing a skirt. that's something that i'm not going to give up. it's a big part of who i am. >> reporter: laura anthony, abc 7 news. >>> a thanksgiving crime spree in san jose left four people wounded and a
, tesla has not told us who workers were. they have, however, released this statement. there was a failure in a low pressure aluminium casting press three employees were injured we're making sure they receive the best care. >> any time there is any kind of industrial injury, in the city of fremont, we required to notify osha, which is what we do, within 24 hours. >> one hr person has been here almost from the beginning. in support of employees and families other than that, there hasn't been any more visitors at this point. >> it's not clear where today's accident took place. the fremont fire department tells me burns range from moderate to serious. after getting the victims to the hospital their next step to contact state safety regulators. and we're told the ceo is expected to come here to visit two workers who remain in the burn unit. one of the three has been released. >>> a muni metro train pulled away without the driver. it happened at the castro station the driver was left behind. muni surveillance pictures show the train taking off. there is an investigation underway to determine if
of onlookers you can see city hall. >> ama, your part of the organization that put this on. you get us started. >> >> reporter: i do what i can to help out the organization because it's a fantastic organization helping out so many young kids who have a wish. they came to me, of course i was more than happy to comply. the city of san francisco, turns out they were more than willing to help as well. a hero emerged from union square after receiving an urgent message. >> we begin with a breaking news from san francisco's hall of justice. >> please, caped crusader, we need you. and bring the bat kid. >> >> reporter: miles had no idea make a wish was going to trance form him to bat kid for a day. >> wow, this is too much. i don't know what to say. >> big brother was off with batman to rescue a damsel in distress. the caped crusader encountered a sus spishus device that needed disarming. not a moment to spare because riddler up to no good. bat kid arrived just in time. a pit stop was in order. even super heros have to eat. >> very to believe you worked up quite an appetite. head on down to burger b
condition. stay with abc news for the latest on this breaking story and follow us on twitter for updates. >>> good evening. thank you for joining us. the holiday hustle is kicking off early. many retailers are planning to be open this thanksgiving, and customers are already lining up to get their hands on the best deals. right now, groups of customers are camped out to be first. inside of two best buys this thanksgiving. go live to abc 7 news reporter who talked to one of the groups tonight. >> reporter: show you right now there are actually five tents set up here. some came here four days ago. this year, there's a little twist because there are some retailers that are opening on thursday. this one is opening 6:00 on thursday. that's about the time that some people are actually going to sit down to thanksgiving dinner. at this best buy, the first tent showed up four days ago. people in line are telling me they want to make sure they get the best deals. a few of them have done in the last few years so they have come used to waiting in line through the holiday but they are not sure how it
, it appears they will. there are option that's could raise it to $eight. >> they told us at $six that that was going to be it. >> good yes kwe. >> things cost more than they did six years ago. we fund transit. and it helps with mobility. >> or in, six words, capitol reserves doyle drive transit and infrom a structures from repainting towers to parking at land spurs landing is an issue. >> i would be willing to pay for parking. >> $five a day. >> did you know when golden gate bridge opened a toll ticket costs $0.50? if you adjust for inflation, it's 8ed today. one amount they're consider being. >> you're talking about a fare higher than the bay bridge? >> yes. >> do you feel guilty about that? >> no. >> because there is a need for it. to help us fund the transit system. which in turn, keeps about 25% of the traffic that would have to cross the bridge off the bridge in the mornings. >> reporter: next step, presenting options to the district board, then public hearings. >> why not just raise it to $50? they sdroent a deficit. right? >> if only that simple from. the golden gate brid
football team has been under pressure to change. as have cleveland indians and atlanta braves what. used to be okay snot anymore. it >> used to be we had to ride in the back of the bus. was it right then? is it right now? no. >> but is it right in vallejo? >> these games, no. but there -- they are the same. >> tim says he would know racism if he saw it. >> i've never seen an indian mascot. >> have you seen a feather? >> never seen a feather. >> heard a drum? >> no drum beats. or dancing or anything. >> anybody ever say kill apaches? >> no. nothing. >> times are changing we're getting more civil. >> and contentious. in vallejo, wayne freedman abc7 news. wet weather is on the way and in someplaces it will be the first significant storm since 21 of september. two months ago, believe it or not. right now, clouds in the bay area, but moisture still well northwest. you can sow an area off shore, a little bit pushing inland now. it's slowly moving south ward. pulling back farther you can see a long fetch of moisture reaching out to sea. there is some moisture there we'll see rain arriving in th
wasn't able to see us grow up and his grandkids what. mattered to him was his friends and family. >> white turned himself in, tried on first degree murder charges. his defense argued that his actions were caused by severe depression, blaming junk food that, is why his defense became known as twinkie defense the jury convicted him of voluntary manslaughter a unpopular decision. white served time, paroleed and later committed suicide. >>> an east bay teenager made it home for thanksgiving holiday. sasha flieshman suffered burns after being set on fire nearly a month ago. now we have more on the home coming. laura? >> this has been a painful month for sasha flieshman. but now, is he home with family, it's a family that expects to have a very thankful, happy holiday. sasha arrived here in the family car, just about 2:30 this afternoon, after checking out of the burn unit. at st. francis hospital. the family went into the house, sasha is expected to make statements tomorrow. but today was for getting home, and resting. the family provided with us a still photo after arriving here, his
. >> they're using cranes to lift the metal off the pile to get to the center of the pile where the fire is. reporter: it still may take hours to put out the fire. until then the biggest concern is with the smoke. redwood city residents who can smell it are being told to stay in their homes and close all windows and doors. a similar warning has been issued for residents in palo alto as well, and i've also just been talking to motorists who have asked about the fire, who are driving on the 101, saying that they could mel the smoke and they could see it when the sun was up. so it's a concern further south of us as well. police have given local hospitals the heads up to -- just in case there are people who are coming in, complaining of respiratory problems. reporting live, abc7 news. >> typhoon haiyan barrels through asia, heading into vietnam and china now. the storm weakened to 74 miles-per-hour winds today after it reached vietnam and now has the strength of a category 1 hurricane. the damage is already immense. the philippines authorities believe the death toll could reach 10,000. more tha
.. >> i think issue is responsible use of tax dollars. i would say we have a flood problem and have to look at solutions. >> the public works director has been through this before. they'll do it again. issue, how to keep the creek from flooding as it did in 2005, and 2 other times in 100 years. one possible solution is a $17 million partially-state funded detention basin. the town which the creek held excess water in times of flooding. >> we're getting flood control and we're getting a new park. but, at the end of the day nothing has been decided yet. >> partly because opponents say the project is designed to catch more dollars than water. >> it's 3.8% of the combination of the creeks hitting downtown that day. that is 3.8%. you're going to spend $17 million on 3.8%? >> 3% is all of the water in the creek. and out of the creek. >> water costing the town and small business owners $1.5 million last time. a disaster does it not want to see again. a finished project remains at least three years away. wayne freedman, abc7 news. >> today a school bus got stuck in wet cement. take a look a
it is, i think, of any real substance. >> reporter: the sheriff"n te us therelpzvv: will be more st changes next week. abc7 news learned investigators have been at the hospital all week, conducting their own probe. controls the funding of medicare and medicaid to hospitals. they can fine, and shut down hospitals if they find problems that aren't later fixed. >>> bay area÷ú philippinos gearg up for anb major relief effort after one of the strongest storms slammed into the philippines. ap reported at least 100 people have been killed hundreds of thousands more cut out power and communications to thousands of others with gusts up to 170 miles per hour. but did move on quickly before causing more damage. abc7 news reporter takes a look at relief efforts. >> reporter: some organizations started to ask for donations red cross is watching, and waiting to see how things develop. filipino channel in redwood city reported how the bay area is reacting to the deadly typhoon in the philippines. information on howr to help victims also posted. henry is a reporter there her family is back in th
crime. prosecutors say the white freshman used racial slurs against the african american student and put a bike lock around his neck. the fourth student charged today was a minor when the alleged bullying occured and will be investigated separately. all four face hate crime and battery charges. representatives will meet with the naacp monday to disthus and host a campus forum next month to discuss racial tolerance. >> former san jess yeah elementary schoolteacher has been sentenced to 75 years to life in prison, craig chandler convicted of five counts of lewd acts, accused of blind folding girls then sexual assaulting them the judge said he made a decision because chandler carried out each assault with planning. >>> a lot more to bring you tonight. we're going to show you how a computer upgrade left dozens of bart riders stranded and made a mess of freeways. >> the death of a teenager triggers a new campaign to make sure toy guns do not look like the real thing. >> strong winds blowing in the bay area, where a wind advisory is still in effect and we'll take a look at weekend forecast com
. it's not the first time there have been problems there. wayne freedman is live for us. wayne? >> the fire is out. looks as if there was never a fire at this point but there is whiff in the air and plenty of questions. here was the good news along sea port boulevard in redwood citied city today four joggers out, gulping air and none the worse for air, but not perfect air. >> you can tell something has been burned or was burning. >> lee smelled this, a massive fire inside the sims metal management yard. piles of metal on fire, and smoke blanketing this area due to an inversion layer that kept it down. >> the smoke so thick, that county agencies ordered residents to shelter in place. concentrated amounts as far as san jose. a cloud one air quality official described as a witch's brew of toxic materials legal standard for 24 hours is 35 parts per billion. one hour yesterday, the particulate matter reached 114. it wasn't the first in this plant. >> this is probably the largest. the other fires were similar. >> sims had previous violations. >> this experienced violations in 2007. a
if another strike were to happen. >> let's say i work in a nonprofit awill youing -- that allows us to shuffle things around. >> here is a quick look back at how they reached this point. workers walked off the job for a four day strike, ending with the governor called for a 60 day cooling off period shortly after that ended, yun yibin workers went on strike again for three days. member as proved the contract and the board approved that revised contract on the 21 without the family leave provision. >> well, all roads appear to lead to malls and big box stores today the ones enticing shoppers with discounts on black friday. but this may be the beginning of the end of black friday. as we now know it. david louie looks at reasons why now and joins us live from san jose. david? >> well, there is no doubt the line is starting to blur between online and brick and mortar shopping because many with web sites are now offering very same black friday door busters online, and of occurs, many started their holiday shopping on thanksgiving. >> you just know to expect crowds and plenty of kids wit
the doors were closed to us, we got an inside look at ipo day from the tweets and photos posted by employees. this is the mound of doughnuts that awaited them. super charging them with sugar on top of the adrenaline rush of the opening bell in new york. they scrunched together to watch the ceremony on tv monitors. one thing was clear early on -- the $26-per-share ipo price set last night was conservative. underwriters trying to gauge supply and demand settled on a $45 opening price, 73% higher. that meant twitter could have raised over $1.5 billion more. the ceo of yelp says setting an ipo price isn't ease emp. >> it's not a science, it's simply an art. at the end of a long day and couple of weeks, you do your best to deliver value to both your own shifting shareholders and the new ones. and you try to be as fair as possible. >> reporter: while some were jumping in, others didn't because of risk factors. >> any ipo stock that becomes a trading vehicle the first few days after an ipo, it's a guessing game how much it will eventually be worth. nobody knows. doesn't have a track record. there m
. >> they stopped him in a border check point within mexico. based on interview was him, they called the u.s. border patrol at lukeville. gave them the name. he ran the name and discovered there is a warrant for arrest for the child abduction. >> well, now, the big question of course is how american border patrol officers or agents missed him. what with the amber alert and all of the media exposure on the story. border patrol agents have to check to find out there was a warrant for arrest. i'm sure questions will have to be addressed in coming days. >> thank you very much. >> its touted as largest investment fraud case in california history. today, the case against walter ng and his son kelly ended with. >> today, the latest on this, >> the investors just devastated 2000 lost over $700 million in the bonds they doubted they'd get money back but wanted ngs to face criminal charges. >> do you have feelings about what happened? do you apologize? >> reporter: in the plea deal, walter ng and his son pleaded guilty to keeping cash withdrawal drauls under $10,000 to avoid attention. walter ng serves five
is expected to appeal the latest verdict. apple stock closed up more than $six to end at $521.14. >> u.s. state department says it's working through diplomatic channels to try to free a palo alto man the 85-year-old korean war veteran, former schoolteacher and red cross volunteer. now the latest on the growing concern. >> reporter: the state department says there is is no greater pry to ti than the safety of american citizens abroad. tonight merrill newman's family says wheels are turning and all those who know him are praying for his safe return. this this is channing house. a friend who did not want her face shown says she's known newman many years. >> very active in church. did a lot with youth >> et vet was on a guided tour of north korea along with a friend from channing house. they were waiting on a flight when newman was pulled off the plane october 26th. today the state department had few specifics to offer. >> we're working in close coordination with representatives of ement basse of sweden to resolve the issue. >> newman's son says this was a trip of a lifetime that went smoot
, requiring employees to use sick and vacation time first. sources say employees asked unions to withdraw it. he thinks union leadership is now quote between a rock and a hard place. he says, quote, until this nd hand grenade had gone off, they planned to vote a week from today, they plan to vote then, but with a special meeting called for tomorrow afternoon, hopefully to, resolve this in some way, and head off a possible holiday strike, which could create the same traffic who are -- horrors. he says the public expects them to resolve this as quickly as possible. this afternoon we talked to at ufrment president and she is saying that she doesn't agree with this version of events this, is agreed to back in june. she doesn't understand what the fuss is about at this point. live in san francisco, abc7 news. >> either way, an unexpected mess. thank you very much. >> family and friends of a teenager burned by another student are hitting the streets tonight to show support the 18-year-old sasha flieshman's skirt was set on fire. we're live tonight with the story. carolyn? >> reporter: sasha's mo
inquiry the d.a.told us previously in an e mail that it is their protocol that once their investigation is over, they will hand it over to a grand jury. vic lee, abc7 news. >>> a busy highway is reopen following a violent incident that led toon officer shooting a man on the roadway. highway 12 closed in both directions. police investigated. abc7 news is live in fairfield now with an update. laura? >> reporter: police just updated us, telling us the suspect in this case, a 24-year-old man identified as diante taylor has died the woman police say trailer stabbed, they would not identify her, but they did tell us shaez 30 stab wounds. >> i heard her screaming like she's in pain. >> reporter: she says she heard loud banging, then screams. when looking outside, she saw a man alternately punching and stabbing a woman near the lawn area. >> she was screaming so loud. like her last breath. she was in pain. like someone is hurting her. >> reporter: several witnesses called 911 but the suspect with the knife ran off into the neighborhood. >> several attempts to subdue the suspects. usually les
up. >> from a firearms dealer to other sensitive uses, parks, playgrounds. and large die care centers. >> gun dealers would have to get a permit, check back grounds put in security systems and monitor sales. >> we have a very low crime rate. jack weir is against the ordinance. >> part of a national to enact gun control. people who are basically against private citizens having guns >> the mayor says the handful of stores will be exempt and won't feel much of the impact of the ordinance. weir disagrees. >> one gentleman said he would have to hire an additional person just to keep track of ammunition sales. that means his cost of doing business is going up. that means prices are going to have to go up. >> the debate will likely turn into gun control and the second amendment. >> the parents of a 13-year-old santa rosa boy shot and killed by a sheriff's deputy filed a lawsuit against sonoma county and the officer that pulled the trigger. andy lopez was killed by a deputy. his parents asking for a fair, and thorough, investigation. we leanne is in the newsroom tonight. >> reporter: prior t
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